Issue: 19840601

Friday, June 1, 1984
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Articles
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Front Cover
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AT & T
AT & T
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THE PRESBYTERIAN HOMES OF NEW JERSEY FOUNDATION
THE PRESBYTERIAN HOMES OF NEW JERSEY FOUNDATION
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Smithsonian
Smithsonian
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tableOfContents
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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JUNE/JULY 1984
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Article
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Masthead
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Alumni Magazine Dartmouth
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Lettter from the Editor
Editor's Remarks
The Real World
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Douglas Greenwood
Commencement is a bittersweet time a marker in one's experience that signifies new beginnings as well as the end of something. We hear that sort of talk a lot as graduation rolls around. This is because we are ritualistic
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THE COURT YARD AT HANOVER
THE COURT YARD AT HANOVER
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Quechee Lakes
Quechee Lakes
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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The Right Stuff
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Greer Crest
Greer Crest
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4719181_19840601_000011.xml
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Grossman & Cos Investment Management
Grossman & Cos Investment Management
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4719181_19840601_000012.xml
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Definitely Dartmouth
Definitely Dartmouth
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Eastman
Eastman
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4719181_19840601_000014.xml
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The Wall Street Account Bankers Trust Company Private Clients Group
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SWAN HELLENIC EXPRINTER
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Call Warden-Brooks, Ltd
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The Queckee Inn at Marshland Farm
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THE MORTIMIER BERKOWITZ COMPANY, INC
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The Greens at Hanover
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Mothers Work
Mothers Work
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BARBADOS
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The World According To . . .
The World According To . . .
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Books
Reviews
"One Man in His Time..."
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Peter Smith
THE DEAN MEANT BUSINESS
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Books
Reviews
How Much Freedom?
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Peter Smith
FREE BUT REGULATED: CONFLICTING TRADITIONS IN MEDIA LAW
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Article
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Dartmouth Authors
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Peter Smith
John P. Halstead '45, The Second British Empire: Trade Philanthropy and Good Government, 1820-1890. Greenwood Press, 1983. 274 pp., cloth. In this book, the author explodes the myth that British imperialism was motivated
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
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OFFICE OF ALUMNI PROGRAMS
OFFICE OF ALUMNI PROGRAMS
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To the author in search of a publisher
To the author in search of a publisher
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BARBADOS
BARBADOS
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Cafe La Fraise
Cafe La Fraise
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SENIOR DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
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The Quechee Gorge Motor Inn
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Young Island St. Vineent. W.1
Young Island St. Vineent. W.1
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Article
Undergraduate Chair
The Absolute and the Ambiguous
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Laurie Kretchmar '84
The other night a bunch of seniors in Kappa Alpha Theta were talking about graduation over dinner at Raphael's, a popular pizza joint 14 miles from campus. Our conversation led us back to freshman week. Ilze Padegs remembered
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HARTNESS HOUSE A VERMONT LANDMARK INN
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BASIN HARBOR
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Making it Happen
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Peggy Sadler
"If you can't find a challenging job, then create one for yourself," an older friend told Pat Bates in the early 19705, and she did.
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FOOTBALL MINI REUNION SCHEDULE
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FANTEX CORPORATION
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Ivy League
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Precision Air lines
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STORRS POND RECREATION AREA
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HIGHLANDER
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INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION
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PINK BEACH
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LYNN JACHNEY CHARTERS
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The Best Part of My Academic Life Here
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Class Day Oration, 1984
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Duncaster
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THE SUGARBUSH INN
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LONG ISLAND MAY SEDUCEYOU
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The HOME HILL
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The EYE
The EYE
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Article
The College
"This is it": DOC 75th
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The 75th anniversary of the country's oldest intercollegiate organization devoted to the out-of-doors is an occasion worthy of note. And note it the Dartmouth Outing Club did with a weekend in late May jam-packed with
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The College
"WhatDartmouth's all about"
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C. Dwight Lahr, associate dean of the faculty for the sciences, dean of graduate studies, and an associate professor of mathematics and computer science, has been named the seventh dean of the faculty of the arts and sciences
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The College
Off the record
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What if they held a major international event and the news media didn't come?
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The College
For the record
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The issue of gay rights is appearing on college campuses all over the nation. At many institutions including Yale and Dartmouth gay students and alumni groups have become increasingly prominent. Since late in the winter
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Article
The College
Brzezinski on foreign policy
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"We wanted to drop a bombshell of internationalism on the Dartmouth campus," said Geoff Berlin '84, a math and social sciences major, explaining how nine student organizations under his coordination joined together to form
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Article
The College
Clashing symbols
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The latest on the College symbol controversy:
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Article
The College
Student sics sickle cells
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By the time senior Kenneth Ackerman finishes medical school, the formulas which he developed to determine the amount and type of blood transfusions to use for sickle cell patients undergoing surgery probably will be
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The College
Crossing the Green
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Four seniors and a recent graduate have been awarded Reynolds Scholarships by the College for study abroad next year. Justin J. Rudelson '83, an Asian Studies major, plans to use his Reynolds to study advanced technologies
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Article
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Give a Rouse for
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WILLIAM LIKOFF '33, named one of the best cardiologists in the United States by Town & Country magazine. WILLIAM S. CASHEL JR. '41, named vice chairman of Campbell Soup Company.
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On the Court or Off A Winner
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Brad Hills
Glen French '84 has probably spent more time raising funds for worthy causes then he has playing tennis during the past two years. "Much to my coaches' chagrin," quipped the 22year-old French, who co-captained Dartmouth's
4719181_19840601_000068.xml
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Nine From '84
Nine From '84
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
A look at some of Dartmouth's newest grads
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Nine From '84
COOPERSTEIN
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
It All Started with a Question
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Nine From '84
PLATT
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Looking at the Other Side
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Nine From '84
CALLAHAN
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Destroying the Fraternity Image
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Nine From '84
BURNLEY
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
A Modest Scholar
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Nine From '84
BERNSTEIN
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Always Something Cooking
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Nine From '84
CARSON
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Fighting an Uphill Battle
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Nine From '84
GISH
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man
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Nine From '84
SMITH
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Listen to the Music
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Nine From '84
HARRIS
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Brad M. Hutensky '84
Opening the Prison Doors
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The Old Guard
The Old Guard
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Mike McGean '49
"For those of us in Hanover who will assume some of their burdens, we rejoice that they all plan to remain nearby. They'll never know how much we shall miss them, how much we value what we have learned from them, nor how much we count on them for help down the road." Mike McGean '49 Secretary of the Alumni
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The Old Guard
"Veni, Vidi, victus sum."
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Peter Smith
You can put your profile of me A into one sentence: 'He came, he saw, he was conquered!' " Just how completely Eddie Chamberlain '36 yielded to Dartmouth's charms can be seen from the central fact about his career at the
4719181_19840601_000080.xml
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Feature
The Old Guard
Bob Graham '40, Newsman
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Howard Coffin
For more than 17 years as Dartmouth College News Services director, a position reporters often consider to be "on the other side of the fence," Bob Graham has thus introduced himself at countless College meetings.
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Feature
The Old Guard
The Attraction of Peanuts
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Shelby Grantham
When I asked Addison Winship '42 for a retirement interview, he groaned. "Oh, Shelby I've been buried so many times already." It's true. We even pre-retired him in this Magazine two years ago, when he announced he would
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The Old Guard
Fourth in a Pig's Eye
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Shelby Grantham
Some years back, the Kemeny administration offered College employees an early retirement option. It was probably an effort to entice older faculty to vacate some tenured positions desperately needed to keep the academic
4719181_19840601_000083.xml
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The Old Guard
The Quiet Good Man
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Young Dawkins '72
There is something about the quiet good men that makes them difficult to properly praise. You sense, most of all, that they really don't want the attention.
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Dartmouth's 214th
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Doug Greenwood
The College celebrated its 214 th consecutive Commencement on Sunday, June 10th, on the lawn in front of Baker Library with the awarding of approximately 1,350 degrees, 1,019 of them to undergraduates. An audience estimated at more than 9,000
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Article
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Got any great Dartmouth stories?
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D.M.G
At a recent Alumni Council meeting, Frank Kappler> Eddie Chamberlain, and Art Toan'36ers all—got to telling me about the origins of "Dartmouth Undying." It was a story I had never heard before, but one that every Dartmouth man
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Professor John Stearns '16: Rara Avis Una
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Eddie Chamberlain '36
Some alumni and emeriti faculty will remember John Barker Stearns '16. He had a long, distinguished teaching career at Dartmouth, retiring as Daniel Webster Professor and Professor of Latin Language and Literature. But John
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Creativity: The Open Dance at Dartmouth
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Prof. Blanche Gelfant
An extraordinary combination of diverse individuals and circumstances has made Dartmouth College, an institution steeped in tradition, amenable to change. This is its history and destiny, to preserve the old and place it at the service of the new . . .
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Wearers of the Green
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Jim Kenyon
Ninety-five-year-old Dave Morey '13 came in a wheelchair and pro football player Nick Lowery '78 showed up on crutches. Three-time track All-America Jim Sapienza 'B5 had to practically run in. It was an event nobody wanted to
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"Wearers" Memorabilia
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If you were unable to attend the Wearers of the Green banquet in person, or if you did and want to have a memento or two to remind you of it all, there are three items which are still available through the Office of Alumni
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1909
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Bertrand C. French
It is 1909's 75th reunion year earnestly anticipated since nine of 11 living graduates met for the 70th! Now there are three, none physically able to travel, but remembering with loyalty and love "other days."
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1918
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Thomas B. R. Bryant
This is the last column of notes until the October issue. Thus it is well we dedicate it to our ladies, the only ones to report to your secretary.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1919
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Edward E. Martin
A letter from Mrs. Milton Tucker expresses her appreciation for the book placed in the library in the name of Milt. This book program is very popular.
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Class Notes
Class Notes
1920
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Allan M. Cate
There is no current news except that your secretary has been hospitalized, causing him to be late for the May 1 deadline for this June issue.
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article
70
70,71
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Class Notes
1921
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[no value]
[no value]
Harold D. Geilich
When we listen to all the rhetoric pouring out of the speeches of everyone who feels he should be president, 1 am reminded of a Longfellow poem we memorized in grammar school: Sail on, O Ship of State! Sail on, O Union,
4719181_19840601_000095.xml
article
71
71
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Class Notes
1922
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[no value]
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Leonard E. Morrissey
Dartmouth's 213 th commencement on June 10, 1984, will differ markedly from our class graduation, Dartmouth's 151 st, on June 20, 1922. The class of 1984 will have about 950 graduates. We had 222 in 1922, and 35 additional
4719181_19840601_000096.xml
article
71
71,72
Class Notes
Class Notes
1923
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Herbert Q. Home
Congratulations to Richard M. Udall, who has accepted the post of class treasurer. And in order to let you know him better, I quote from his acceptance letter.
4719181_19840601_000097.xml
article
72
72
Class Notes
Class Notes
1924
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[no value]
[no value]
Edward Winsor
The class was well represented at Class Officers Weekend in Hanover on May 4 and 5. The cold and wet weather on both days did not seem to dampen anyone's enthusiasm, and all parties attended a full schedule of general sessions
4719181_19840601_000098.xml
article
72
72,73
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Class Notes
1925
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[no value]
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William B. Sleigh Jr.
Bunny Levison and Marian spent two weeks in California visiting their daughter and newly-arrived grandson Adam, after which they repaired to Marco Island where they have a condo on the Gulf. After attending a luncheon of the
4719181_19840601_000099.xml
article
73
73
Class Notes
Class Notes
1926
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[no value]
[no value]
H. Donald Norstrand
Now hear this about summer and fall 1926 events: The 47th annual midsummer Hanover reunion is August 17-18, and rooms at the Inn are being held for early reservations. This nostalgic weekend continues to be a special time. The
4719181_19840601_000100.xml
article
73
73,74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1927
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[no value]
[no value]
Erwin B. Paddock
This being our last communication until October we're cramming as many of our news items as possible into the small space allotted to us.
4719181_19840601_000101.xml
article
74
74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1928
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[no value]
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Osmun Skinner
A national dinner, sponsored by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Eastern Massachusetts, was held at the Westin Hotel in Boston on April 27 to honor outstanding Dartmouth athletes. It was named "The Wearers of the Green"
4719181_19840601_000102.xml
article
74
74
Class Notes
Class Notes
1929
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[no value]
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Harold C. Ripley
In last June's obit on Fred Ingram I left out the important item that he left a brother, Louis '26, and a son, Henry '6l. Please forgive the lapse.
4719181_19840601_000103.xml
article
74
74,75
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Class Notes
1930
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Robert M. Marr
John Holme is one of us who hasn't joined the hard-core unemployed. He and Anne, his full-time live-in secretary-treasurer, continue to operate their direct-response sales of luxury items. Back in February he confessed to my
4719181_19840601_000104.xml
article
75
75
Class Notes
Class Notes
1931
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William L. Wilson
Those who read the class news column of our above-named colleague, Bob Marr '30, will have noticed in the April issue his account of getting hold of a copy of DartmouthVerse 1930 and the two poems by 1930 authors that he printed.
4719181_19840601_000105.xml
article
75
75,76
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Class Notes
1932
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Benjamin W. Drew
We must start this column with sadness for the death of three classmates.
4719181_19840601_000106.xml
article
76
76
Class Notes
Class Notes
1933
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[no value]
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Carl E. Rugen
These notes are written to make a May 1 deadline for the June issue. Because we are not a reunioning class this year, you will see the next '33 class notes in the October issue of the Alumni Magazine. You will have to rely on
4719181_19840601_000107.xml
article
76
76,77
Class Notes
Class Notes
1934
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[no value]
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Richard F. Gruen
When this reaches you we will have had our Golden Celebration. For those who made it, 1 trust it was a glorious chapter for the memory books. For those who had to miss, there'll be a report here in the next issue as well as in
4719181_19840601_000108.xml
article
77
77
Class Notes
Class Notes
1935
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[no value]
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Richard D. Muzzy
These notes are being put together as your class officers conclude their activities at the annual Class Officers Weekend meetings in Hanover on the first weekend in May. This is a very rewarding and informative gathering;
4719181_19840601_000109.xml
article
77
77,78
Class Notes
Class Notes
1936
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MacGregor H. Hill
The class of 1936 was amply represented in Boston at the gala dinner and film premiere, on April 27, the "Wearers of the Green." The 20-minute film is a potpourri of Dartmouth athletes both as Dartmouth undergraduates and on the
4719181_19840601_000110.xml
article
78
78,79
Class Notes
Class Notes
1937
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Robert C. Bankart
Some of you will recall back in "our time" dancing to the Big Bands at Nuttings on the Charles in Waltham, Mass. . . . The adjoining boathouse added the attraction of being able to rent canoes to drift about the river to listen
4719181_19840601_000111.xml
article
79
79
Class Notes
Class Notes
1938
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[no value]
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Augustus W. Hennessey Jr.
Spring came in with a bang yesterday, just as we get ready to move into May. April has not been conducive to getting outside and puttering around the garden, what with the cold and rain. I hope by the time you read this we shall
4719181_19840601_000112.xml
article
79
79,80
Class Notes
Class Notes
1939
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[no value]
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Richard S. Jackson
The class has been on a "downer" since the Christmas season. We have lost nine men since this-past December, five in 1984. At this writing we sadly report the passing of Jim Gilchrist on February 5, Wayne Shrodes on February 16,
4719181_19840601_000113.xml
article
80
80
Class Notes
Class Notes
1940
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[no value]
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Richard J. Goulder
Since writing, last month's column a short 30 days ago, the postman has delivered unwelcomed letters from the Alumni Records Office three times to advise that yet more class members have died. The first notification brought
4719181_19840601_000114.xml
article
80
80,81
Class Notes
Class Notes
1941
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Robert W. Harvey
This is the last time we get together in thesie pages until next fall, so here's the drill. We'll finish up the last of this season's news items, and then I'll fill you in on the '41 executive committee meeting in April, where next
4719181_19840601_000115.xml
article
81
81,82
Class Notes
Class Notes
1942
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David R. Sargent
Arthur Macy Cox made it big again last month in The New York Times. Art, to us, is an acknowledged expert on arms control and has spoken and written a great deal on our relations with our principal competitor on this earth the
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article
82
82
Class Notes
Class Notes
1943
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Tom W. Gerber
That "Wearers of the Green" extravaganza honoring Dartmouth athletes past and present, sponsored by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Eastern Massachusetts on April 27, turned out to be a mini-reunion for '43s. Seventeen of
4719181_19840601_000117.xml
article
82
82,83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1944
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Frederick L. Hier
Time you read this I suspect you'll be basking in the splendiferous nostalgia of our never-to-be-forgotten 40th reunion. But not to rest on our laurels, nor to tarry. To your calendars, gentlemen: our 45th is in 1988 (just
4719181_19840601_000118.xml
article
83
83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1945
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Austin B. Wason
First off, there is the age-old problem of one's right hand knowing what ones left is doing. Right? Now, we all know that Barney Oldfield is the one on the right, not on the left. Right? I'm not referring to Barney's political
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article
83
83
Class Notes
Class Notes
1946
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Duncan M. Fitchet
After serving as a consultant to Batten, Bar ton Durstine and Osborn Inc. for the last six months, Rick Shambroom has joined that firm as vice president of manager account services and describes his new responsibilities as both
4719181_19840601_000120.xml
article
83
83,84,85
Class Notes
Class Notes
1947
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Ham Chase
Happy May to all! I'm writing amidst our prolonged wet and cloudy spell of mid-April, hoping May will bring forth bright flowers, as well as my column. Here in New Hampshire, our southern end at least, we have bluebells and
4719181_19840601_000121.xml
article
85
85,86
Class Notes
Class Notes
1948
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Francis R. Drury Jr.
June in Hanover. Commencement. This brings up a point that has bothered this old Dartmouth man for some time.
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article
86
86
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Class Notes
1949
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Quentin L. Kopp
No sooner does your scrivener hear from the pride of Parma Heights, Nelson E. Abrahamsen Jr., 0.D., and receive a summons to confer on his January trip to San Francisco, than our hero falls prey to a strange malady which his
4719181_19840601_000123.xml
article
86
86
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Class Notes
1950
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Jacques Harlow
This year spring comes slowly here. The weekly unfolding of flowers and blossoms has stopped, while rain and floods dominate. The grass has greened but not grown. Neither the azaleas nor the dogwoods bloom. Lilac time is far
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article
87
87
Class Notes
Class Notes
1951
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Dave Wiggins
The Class Officers Weekend, held in early May at the College, delivered a "double whammy" of honors to the class of 1951. First, and to everyone's delightful surprise at our table, both Pete and Jean Henderson were called to the
4719181_19840601_000125.xml
article
87
87,88
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Class Notes
1952
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Marcel C. Durot
The month of April slipped by somehow, unnoticed, what with business travel, a tennis tournament (NutraSweet's sponsorship of the Amelia Island WTA tournament, if you saw it on TV), a national convention, a new home (same
4719181_19840601_000126.xml
article
88
88
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Class Notes
1953
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Richard J. Blum
The record-setting 30th reunion has come and gone, but the deep thrill of renewing friendships lingers on. All the details of the reunion will be published in the September issue of the Magazine and in Don Goss's newsletter.
4719181_19840601_000127.xml
article
88
88,89,90
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Class Notes
1954
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John L. Gillespie
The Westfield Suburban News in New Jersey recently paid a lovely tribute to Walter Lee Clarkson. An article entitled "Teacher" said in part: "There is a special bond between teacher and student that is mutually rewarding and
4719181_19840601_000128.xml
article
89
89,90
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Class Notes
1955
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Webster Wilde Jr.
Glad to have a few more fresh names to cover before taking the summer break. Life is quiet in Rockville Centre, Long Island, N.Y., according to Bob Keane. He is giving up the chair of the English department at Hofstra University
4719181_19840601_000129.xml
article
90
90
Class Notes
Class Notes
1956
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Clement B. Malin
At their April meeting, the Board of Trustees elected Bob Danziger a Trustee of the College. He is understandably "tremendously excited about this very special opportunity to serve the College." Our congratulations, Bob.
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article
90
90,91
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Class Notes
1957
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Daniel M. Searby
Our class had a proud moment during the recent "Wearers of the Green" dinner which was held in late April at Boston's Westin Hotel. This dinner honored Dartmouth athletes who have been national champions, Olympic team members,
4719181_19840601_000131.xml
article
91
91,92
Class Notes
Class Notes
1958
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Fred Louis III
Congratulations to Lee Wesselmann on his appointment as vice president and director of finance and administration for the packaging division of Owens-Illinois Inc. Lee is now responsible for planning, finance, and administrative
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article
92
92
Class Notes
Class Notes
1959
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William G. Long
In case you didn't hear it at reunion, here is some end-of-the-year news:
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article
93
93
Class Notes
Class Notes
1960
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Melville Straus
Richard H. Chase Jr., managing director of the Hartford Development Group Inc., has been appointed to Connecticut National Bank's corporate advisory board, which serves as a liaison between the bank and corporate businesses. A
4719181_19840601_000134.xml
article
93
93
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Class Notes
1961
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Robert H. Conn
Our class president, Hop Holmberg, will become the executive director of the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya.
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article
93
93
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Class Notes
1962
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John H. Fitzgibbon Jr.
The Hanover weather did not particularly cooperate during Class Officers Weekend, but nonetheless we had a productive session that culminated in an honorable mention for 1962 as this year's Class of the Year (which we won last
4719181_19840601_000136.xml
article
93
93,94
Class Notes
Class Notes
1963
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Harry R. Zlokower
"General Washington, I am Benedict Arnold from Connecticut." Well, actually it was Steve Macht from Connecticut, now from Beverly Hills, Calif., playing a role in the nationally-televised "George Washington" mini-series which
4719181_19840601_000137.xml
article
94
94
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Class Notes
1964
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Alexander D. Varkas Jr.
Greetings once more. Richard Neely has garnered accolades again from the legal and literary communities. He has just written another book, this one entitled Why Courts Don't Work, which is a distillation of everything
4719181_19840601_000138.xml
article
94
94,95
Class Notes
Class Notes
1965
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Robert D. Blake
"The attraction of attending a prestigious Ivy League institution wore off pretty quickly. I was at Dartmouth to learn, not necessarily what was in the books, but what was inside of me." Steve Crystal '87 in The Dartmouth
4719181_19840601_000139.xml
article
95
95
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Class Notes
1966
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Rick MacMillan
Do you ever find yourself repeating a rite in the springtime? Birds do it; elk do it; bears do it, and so do I. This weekend, I am repeating my annual spring trek to Hanover. It s fun to watch the campus deck itself out for Green
4719181_19840601_000140.xml
article
95
95,96
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Class Notes
1967
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Clemson N. Page Jr.
Like March, April got away from me before I could get out a news-solicitation mailing. Lucky for me this is my last column until the October issue. Between now and then, I ought to be able to rustle up enough material to put
4719181_19840601_000141.xml
article
96
96
Class Notes
Class Notes
1968
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Bob Block
Class Officers Weekend was a great success. Jim Tonkovich hosted .an executive committee meeting at his new home on Norwich Avenue in Wilder, Vt. Over burgers and beer, we reviewed head agent Mark Waterhouse's report: Class
4719181_19840601_000142.xml
article
96
96
Class Notes
Class Notes
1969
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[no value]
Rick Willets
The class of '69 has remained virtually incommunicado once again this month with the exception of two of us.
4719181_19840601_000143.xml
article
96
96
Class Notes
Class Notes
1970
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Stewart C. Rosenblum
I have just a few items of news for this final column of the year. Please take advantage of the summer to replenish my stock of information about what you are doing these days, so that the fall columns will be full.
4719181_19840601_000144.xml
article
96
96,97
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Class Notes
1971
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Thomas C. Jackson
Born to Elaine Bromka and Peter Phillips, a son, Peter Bromka Phillips, March 10. Young Peter weighed in at seven pounds, 15 ounces and measured 21 inches in height. The announcement reads: "The Child is thriving. The Mother is
4719181_19840601_000145.xml
article
97
97
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Class Notes
1972
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John P. De Regt
And here we are in May, and we still don't know who the Stanley Cup champs are. My squash has gone in, the tomato plants are almost ready, the kid next door has already mowed the lawn three times, and we are still at 2-1 in a
4719181_19840601_000146.xml
article
97
97
Class Notes
Class Notes
1973
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Mark P. Harty
This column will be short and sweet. The special reunion issue which will follow will cover news of various and sundry classmates gathered at our Green Beacon Weekend. I would simply like to dedicate this column to the
4719181_19840601_000147.xml
article
97
97
Class Notes
Class Notes
1974
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Bill Cater
Alumni Magazine deadlines being what they are, by the time this version of the '74 news is in your hands, our tenth reunion will already be finished. Watch for the special reunion column in the September edition of this fine
4719181_19840601_000148.xml
article
97
97,98
Class Notes
Class Notes
1975
[no value]
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[no value]
David L. Dunbar
By the time you read this, you should already be loading up the Country Squire for the trip to our tenth reunion, June 15-17. Don't forget the cooler, the leash for the Akita, and the 1975 Aegis so you can put names to those
4719181_19840601_000149.xml
article
98
98
Class Notes
Class Notes
1976
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Martin E. Doyle
Greetings. This month's ramblings bring news of Robert "Skip" Cummins's promotion to vice president of Continental Illinois's venture capital subsidiary, Continental Illinois Venture Corporation.
4719181_19840601_000150.xml
article
98
98
Class Notes
Class Notes
1977
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[no value]
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Walter M. Wingate Jr.
Dennis Kehoe writes that he is teaching in the classics department at Tulane University. Last August he married Lora Holland, who is also a Latin teacher.
4719181_19840601_000151.xml
article
98
98,99
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Class Notes
1978
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[no value]
Anne Barschall
Ralph S. Blanchard III, assistant actuary with Aetna Life and Casualty of Hartford, Conn., has become a fellow in the Casualty Actuarial Society, his professional association. The fellow designation, the highest award granted
4719181_19840601_000152.xml
article
99
99,100
Class Notes
Class Notes
1979
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[no value]
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Burr Cray
The rocks majors always seemed like a pretty wild crowd and apparently things haven't changed. John Moragne, needing a larger social challenge than life in suburban New York, flew to Zagreb, Yugoslavia, in April. He then
4719181_19840601_000153.xml
article
100
100
Class Notes
Class Notes
1980
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[no value]
Michael H. Carothers
'A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore." Yogi Berra
4719181_19840601_000154.xml
article
100
100,101
Class Notes
Class Notes
1981
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[no value]
[no value]
Dirk D. Olin
Hi, it's Dirk. You'll have to bear with me I'm a little tired.
4719181_19840601_000155.xml
article
101
101
Class Notes
Class Notes
1982
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[no value]
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Emily P. Bakemeier
Time marches on. Another year passes. Lives continually change and move. Always looking forward, but remembering behind. We are a class of individuals to whom the past is a warm memory, the present is an exciting challenge, and
4719181_19840601_000156.xml
article
101
101,103
Class Notes
Class Notes
1983
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[no value]
[no value]
Wilbert Anderson
Well, folks, it has been a about a year since we left the hills of New Hampshire and now we know that there is life after Dartmouth. This is my first column, and hopefully Judy Bell and I will be alternating all next year. It
4719181_19840601_000157.xml
article
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84
Article
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James Rudolph's paper clock: an idea whose time has come
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[no value]
The file for James Smith Rudolph '47 in the Alumni Records Office does not prepare one for dealing with a man who has been written up in many magazines and newspapers and interviewed by Susan Stamberg on National Public Radio's
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article
102
102
Article
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Club Calendar
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Luncheon meetings unless otherwise noted: ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY, 2nd Thursday, Sept.-May, various locations, call 518/449- 7188 CAPE COD, last Tuesday, Sept.-May, Mildred's Chowder House, Hyannis CHARLESTON-COASTAL, S.C.,
4719181_19840601_000159.xml
article
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103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112,114,115,116,117,118
Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
(This is a listing of deaths of which word has been received since the last issue. Full notices, which are usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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Martha E. Diebold Real Estate
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FOR RENT LOG CABIN
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Quechee Lakes
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6 FOXFIELD LANE, HANOVER
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VERMONT & N.H. PROPERTIES
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WHITE GRASS RANCH
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Discover The Enticer
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THE WOODSTOCK CORPORATION REAL ESTATE
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The Gardner Group REALTORS
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CHIEF CATOONAH TOBACCONISTS
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Redpath & Co REALTORS
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Dartmouth Classified
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McLaughry ASSOCIATES, INC
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Ford Tempo
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Raymond & Whitcomb Cos
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